Carmen Sandiego: The Keys to the Kremlin Caper (a.k.a. Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego?) is the third game in a trio of Google Earth web games, based on the Carmen Sandiego Netflix series.

Plot

Paperstar, a dastardly VILE operative and master origami maker, is making trouble on Google Earth. The Keys to the Kremlin have been stolen from Russia. Your job: investigate the scene of the crime in Moscow, track down the criminals and recover the loot.

Paperstar stole jewels from the Kremlin. People gave clues that indicated she traveled to New Zealand. Paper Star is tracked to Wellington, New Zealand, where she studied wildlife, and was seen buying things and departing to Rome, Italy and San Francisco, U.S.A. Finally, Paper star is tracked to the grasslands of Africa where she was caught.

Gameplay

The game is styled after classic Carmen Sandiego games, having to talk to witnesses and deduce the location of the title character.

Locations

Moscow, Russia

  • The Kremlin;
    • Bureaucrat: A suspicious person was here, and she wanted to know the exchange rate for dollars.
  • Bolshoi Theater
    • Ballerina: My sources tell me she was interested in studying kākāpōs.
  • Gorky Park
    • Ice Skater: “I heard she always wanted to see the view from Mount Victoria.”

Cairo

  • The Pyramids of Giza
    • Archaeologist: “Sorry, I haven’t noticed anything suspicious around the pyramids.
  • The Nile River
    • Boat Captain: “I’m sorry, I have never seen the person you are looking for. I don't think she's in Cairo.”
  • Tahrir Square;
    • Bus Driver: “It’s awfully busy around here; I haven’t noticed anyone suspicious.”

Cape Town, South Africa

  • Cape of Good Hope; Guard
    • It's awfully busy around here; I haven't noticed anyone suspicious.
  • Table Mountain : Hiker
    • Sorry, I haven't seen anybody like that around here.
  • V&A Waterfront;
    • Shopper; No one like that has done business here today. Try another city.

Mexico City, Mexico

  • Temple of the Sun
    • Tourist: “Sorry, I haven't seen the person you are looking for. Try visiting another city.”
  • National Palace
    • Bureaucrat: “It’s awfully busy around here; I haven't noticed anyone suspicious.”
  • Museo Nacional de Antropología
    • Curator:“Sorry, I haven't noticed anything suspicious around the museum.”


Istanbul, Turkey

  • The Haga Sophia
    • Guide:“Sorry, I haven't seen anybody like that around here.”
  • The Bosphorus Bridge
    • Taxi Driver:“I haven't noticed anyone suspicious. Have you tried another city?”
  • The Grand Bazaar
    • Shopper:“No one like that has done business here today.”


Singapore

  • Gardens by the Bay
    • Tourist:“I’m sorry, I have never seen the person you are looking for.”
  • Lazarus Island
    • Sunbather: “Sorry, I haven’t noticed anything suspicious around the island.”
  • Singapore Flyer
    • Ferris Wheel Rider:

“Sorry, I haven't seen anybody like that around here. Try another city.”

Tokyo, Japan

  • Senso ji Buddhist Temple
    • Shopkeeper; It's awfully busy around; I haven't noticed anyone suspicious
  • Mount Fuji
    • Volcanologist; Sorry, I haven't noticed anything suspicious around the volano
  • Tokyo Skytree
  • Tourist; I'm sorry, I have never seen the person you are looking fo r. Have you tried another city?


Wellington, New Zealand

  • Mount Victoria Lookout
    • Sightseer; A reliable source told me she was researching the biography of Caligula.
  • The Beehive;
    • Bureaucrat: “The person you’re looking for was here, and she wanted to buy a ton of olive oil.”
  • Red Rocks Reserve
    • Beachcomber: “All I know is she left in a yacht flying a green, white and red flag.”


Rome, Italy

  • The Colloseum
    • Tour Guide: “I saw the person you’re looking for, and she asked how to get to the Presidio.”
  • St. Peter's Basilica
    • Tourist:

“Sources tell me she was reading a book of Beat poetry.”

  • Roman Forum
    • Archaeologist:

“I heard she drove away in a vehicle flying a red, white and blue flag.”

Rio de Janeiro

  • Copacabana Beach
    • Surfer: “I’m sorry, I have never seen the person you are looking for. Have you tried another city?”
  • Christ the Redeemer Statue
    • Sightseer: “It’s awfully busy around here; I haven’t noticed anyone suspicious.”
  • Maracana Stadium
    • Goalie: “Sorry, I haven’t noticed anything suspicious around the stadium.”

Istanbul, Turkey

  • The Haga Sophia
    • Guide:“Sorry, I haven't seen anybody like that around here.”
  • The Bosphorus Bridge
    • Taxi Driver:“I haven't noticed anyone suspicious. Have you tried another city?”
  • The Grand Bazaar
    • Shopper:“No one like that has done business here today.”

San Francisco, U.S.A.

  • The Golden Gate Bridge
    • Cyclist:“A reliable source told me she changed her money to shillings.”
  • Alcatraz Prison
    • Park Ranger:“All I know is that she always wanted to see a wildebeest in the wild.”
  • Coit Tower
  • Sightseer:“A suspicious person was here, and she was practicing her Swahili.”

Nairobi, Kenya

  • Nairobi National Park
    • Ranger: “Rumor has it the thief is in town somewhere.”
  • Giraffe Center
    • Veterinarian: “All I know is that something suspicious is going on in town.”
  • Snake Park
    • Herpetologist: “I saw the person you’re looking for right here in town.”

Witnesses

  • Nairobi, Kenya
    • Ranger
    • Veterinarian
    • Snake Park

Production

Release

The game was released on June 18, 2019, and preceded by The Crown Jewels Caper and Tutankhamun's Mask Caper.

Awards

Gallery

Screenshots

Production

Stills

Videos

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